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Dissolution of Council Chairmen in Nasarawa State, A Minus To Governor Al-Makura’s Re-election Bid By Rabiu Omaku, Lafia

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The fate of Nasarawa state governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura to return to the Shendam road Government House is the last straw that broke the Carmel’s  back, The re-election bid of the incumbent is facing enormous challenges.
The hurdles before the All Progressives Congress headship may consume the party in the forthcoming election, Al-Makura lost grip of the dissolved council chairmen who may deliver their various Local Government council to the party in power.
Governor Al-Makura is grappling with grim situation as some cabinet members  including the dissolved chairmen are romancing the opposition party, The People’s Democratic Party, It was gathered that the PDP lured members of the ruling party to work for it victory.
While the PDP and the All Progressive Grand Alliance of the former minister of Information,Labaran Maku are on ground to flex muscle with the shendam road landlord, Fresh fact revealed that the governorship candidate of APGA,Labaran Maku is undergoing a rigorous campaign cut across the thirteen Local Government.
The ex-minister penetrated the nook and cranny of the state conversing for votes, It was gathered that the APGA gubernatorial candidate is polling more crowd than the PDP governorship candidate, Yusuf Muhammad Agabi, The outcome of the governorship election is uncertain as some governorship candidates based their campaign along tribal and religious divide.
Pundit unfolded that Christians in the state would vote massively for Maku while Muslim vote would be divide between Agabi and Al-Makura’s supporters, The nagging question that needed an answer is what would be the fate of  people that deserted their communities ?.

Is there any arrangement by the electoral umpire (Inec) to relocate polling units from the crisis prone communities to a safer place ?

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